JRS UK Blog

On the anniversary of JRS, Paul Nicholson SJ reflects on the life and legacy of Fr. Pedro Arrupe

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JRS UK Blog

JRS UK Blog

On the anniversary of JRS, Paul Nicholson SJ reflects on the life and legacy of Fr. Pedro Arrupe

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We're recruiting!

JRS UK is recruiting for a Communities of Hospitality Project Assistant and a Community Outreach Officer - are you ready for a new challenge?

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We're recruiting!

We're recruiting!

JRS UK is recruiting for a Communities of Hospitality Project Assistant and a Community Outreach Officer - are you ready for a new challenge?

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JRS UK Latest News

"The rise in the number of deaths related to immigration detention is testament to the untold suffering caused by indefinite detention"

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JRS UK Latest News

JRS UK Latest News

"The rise in the number of deaths related to immigration detention is testament to the untold suffering caused by indefinite detention"

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Accompany

"I feel privileged and learn from each of the refugees here."

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Accompany

Accompany

"I feel privileged and learn from each of the refugees here."

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Serve

"I am appreciated and get opportunities to contribute."

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Serve

Serve

"I am appreciated and get opportunities to contribute."

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Advocate

"JRS are family for me now. JRS supports me morally and motivates me."

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Advocate

Advocate

"JRS are family for me now. JRS supports me morally and motivates me."

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Advocate

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Serve

Accompany

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Advocate

[to uphold,
to defend,
to intercede for]

>
Advocate

Serve

[to give, to
provide, to work
actively for]

>
Serve

Accompany

[to go along or
in company with;
join in action]

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Accompany

Support Us

Learn how your donation will make a difference in the lives of the refugees we accompany.

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What can I do?

Discover different ways to respond to the needs of asylum seekers here in the UK – as an individual, as a community or as a parish.

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Get Help

Find out how to get in touch with JRS to access our day centre in London or receive a visitor in detention.

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NEWS

Further death in immigration detention

JRS UK respond to news of further death in immigration detention

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BLOG

Don Pedro and JRS

On the anniversary of JRS, Paul Nicholson SJ reflects on the life and legacy of Pedro Arrupe

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JRS EUROPE NEWS

Universal Children’s Day also for unaccompanied refugee children in Serbia

Belgrade, 20 November 2017 - To celebrate Universal Children’s Day, we share an article from JRS Serbia about their Pedro Arrupe House, where they are providing support to 13...

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

Kenya: A young refugee’s journey to the State House

Nairobi, 21 November 2017 – “I just want to make my parents proud,” says young Tikikil, providing some insight into what motivates this first-year high school pupil....

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Twitter: jrsuk

“Supporting JRS is another way to show solidarity with those who find themselves in a difficult situation."

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Volunteers at JRS UK provide a warm welcome at our Day Centre, visit people in detention, help on the office, facilitate peer support groups, fundraise. Find out how to offer your time and skills…

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Jesuit Refugee Service UK
The Hurtado Jesuit Centre
2 Chandler Street, London E1W 2QT

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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